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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... And surprisingly, all those sitting around us were applauding & laughing, and we used the excuse that we just got engaged (not that we are dumb Americans! Haha.)
Will post you tomorrow on our first night in Amsterdam. We are excited & a little nervous for what's to come!
Every beer has it's own particular beer glass.
A soda costs almost as much as a beer.
The little boy peeing statue is very popular here. His name is Mannequin Pini!
... and take it throughout the Lower Town area. Early in the walk, head past a sports bar advertising games they are showing later in the day, and lo and behold, they will be showing the Super Clasico (Brasil v Argentina) later. Bookmark that place.
The Lower Town is very impressive and as I am walking, the rain tapers off and it begins to look like it will be a nice day. The walk ends at the famous Manneken Pis statue, or the little ...
With our belly’s full and our spirits lifted, we felt renewed vigour and decided to search for the Comic Museum. Belgium is famous for it’s comics and is the ‘birthplace’ of many of my childhood shows such as the Smurfs, Lucky Luke and Tin Tin. We were much more successful in this part of our navigating and before we knew it were inside the museum and out of the rain. It ...
... at Disney World last year." It's hard to impress kids after they've been to Disney World. The castle in Antwerp wasn't much to see. We went to a park afterward to let the kids run around and play. On the way, Maureen and I had what we call our Stand By Me Moment". The front wheels of the stroller I was pushing got stuck in the street where the bricks were missing and the back ones were stuck against the other side of a tram track. Basically ...
... to figure out what the signs said as they did not have a good labeling system (some relics were mislabeled and a relic of St. Ignatius de Loyola was missing along with some others). We asked at the front desk but the docent's English was minimal and our French was also so we could not get our questions answered. Oh yes they no longer have any of the relics of Ste. Gudula as during the Protestant craziness they crushed her relics and threw them into the wind. As you read about ...